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Sixty-fourth Legislative Assembly Of North Dakota

Bills Introduced by Representative Fehr

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HB 1272
A BILL for an Act to provide for a report to the legislative management regarding medical psychologist licensure; and to provide an appropriation.
HB 1273
A BILL for an Act to require the attorney general to develop and implement a pilot grant program to integrate the services of licensed social workers in law enforcement agencies; to provide for a report to the legislative management; and to provide an appropriation.
HB 1274
Relating to the membership, powers, and duties of the state board of psychologist examiners; and to provide a penalty.
HB 1275
Relating to an individual income tax deduction for individuals sixty‑five years of age or older; and to provide an effective date.
HB 1276
Relating to an individual income tax credit for contributions to a nonprofit organization; and to amend and reenact subdivision h of subsection 1 of section 57‑38‑30.3 of the North Dakota Century Code, relating to claiming an individual income tax credit for contributions to a nonprofit organization; and to provide an effective date.
HB 1277
Relating to the exclusion of sales tax revenue as an offset to costs in setting nursing home rates.
HB 1278
Relating to a sales tax exemption for purchases by certain charitable nonprofit organizations; and to provide an effective date.
HB 1279
AN ACT to provide for a legislative management study of family caregiver supports and services.
HB 1280
A BILL for an Act to provide for a legislative management study of the feasibility and desirability of reorganizing and restructuring the department of human services.
HCR 3016
A concurrent resolution providing a method for states to appoint delegates if an amendment convention is called for the purpose of proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States to provide states a process to collectively countermand or repeal any law or ruling and to provide a method for the states to appoint delegates to the amendment convention.
HCR 3017
A concurrent resolution making a formal application to Congress to call a countermand amendment convention for the sole purpose of proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States to provide states a process to collectively countermand or repeal any law or ruling.

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Total Bills Introduced —34